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1 03, 2012

2010 Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook

2012-03-01T12:47:28+01:00

The annual Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook reports descriptive characteristics of all active U.S. civil aviation airmen and the aviation medical examiners (AMEs) that perform the required medical examinations.This has not been readily accessible since 1998. Here you can get [...]

2010 Aerospace Medical Certification Statistical Handbook2012-03-01T12:47:28+01:00
6 02, 2012

Federal Air Surgeon's Medical Bulletin January 2012

2012-02-06T10:55:02+01:00

Here you can read the last Federal Air Surgeon's Medical Bulletin edited by Michael E. Wayda for FAA Aviation Medical examiners and other aviation professionals. Bulletin inaugurates Year 52 of Newsletter Publishing since 1960 with the same purpose quarterly: "Bring [...]

Federal Air Surgeon's Medical Bulletin January 20122012-02-06T10:55:02+01:00
1 02, 2012

FAA Medical System go paperless

2012-02-01T11:21:15+01:00

All applications for medical and student pilot certificates will be filed electronically instead of on paper by Oct. 1, the FAA said last week. The Federal Air Surgeon Dr. Fred Tilton said the paper system "allows for too many errors, leads [...]

FAA Medical System go paperless2012-02-01T11:21:15+01:00
26 12, 2011

Civilian Drone Aircraft: ¿Future of Air Medical Transport?

2011-12-26T07:00:49+01:00

The FAA is intending to propose new rules for civilian use of small drone aircraft in January. UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), also known popularly as “drones,” are most recognized for their crucial role in the war in Afghanistan. They have been [...]

Civilian Drone Aircraft: ¿Future of Air Medical Transport?2011-12-26T07:00:49+01:00
8 11, 2011

FAA: " Research Medical Officer Wanted"

2011-11-08T12:00:56+01:00

Announcement Number: AAC-EXT-12-AAM630-22975 Opening Date: Oct 24, 2011 —  Close Date: Nov 25, 2011  Business Component: FAA Aeronautical Center Region, Office of Aerospace Medicine, Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, Aerospace Medical Research Division, Aeromedical Protection and Survival Research Lab, AAM-630  Duty [...]

FAA: " Research Medical Officer Wanted"2011-11-08T12:00:56+01:00
11 10, 2011

Flight Attendant Fatigue : A review of Comments

2011-10-11T12:13:48+01:00

Today’s aviation industry is a 24/7 operation that produces a variety of challenges for cabin crew members including extended duty periods, highly variable schedules, frequent time zone changes, and increased passenger loads. The present content analysis study was conducted to provide [...]

Flight Attendant Fatigue : A review of Comments2011-10-11T12:13:48+01:00
3 10, 2011

Degeneración Macular Asociada a la Edad en pilotos

2011-10-03T11:39:46+01:00

En relacion a esta publicacion de la FAA: "11/14 Flying Blind: Aeromedical Certification and Undiagnosed Age-Related Macular Degeneration" que os recomiendo leer, sobre la Degeneración Macular Asociada a la edad (DMAE), sólo recordar que a los 50 años o más puede [...]

Degeneración Macular Asociada a la Edad en pilotos2011-10-03T11:39:46+01:00
29 11, 2010

Videos de la FAA- CAMI en español

2010-11-29T13:06:22+01:00

Queremos recordar a todos que gracias a la iniciativa del Dr. Luis Amezcua y al esfuerzo del Dr. Eduardo Ricaurte, presidente fundador y  presidente actual de la AIMA (Asociación Iberoamericana de Medicina Aeroespacial), tenéis a vuestra disposición unas dos horas de videos [...]

Videos de la FAA- CAMI en español2010-11-29T13:06:22+01:00